NRMLA Participates in Bureau Roundtable

Representatives from NRMLA participated in a recent roundtable hosted by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection to gather feedback on 12 Requests for Information (RFIs) issued by the Bureau this year that explore the agency’s existing policies and ways to improve them. 

Acting Director Mick Mulvaney and Acting Deputy Director Brian Johnson, along with senior staff, hosted three roundtables at the Bureau’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. Two industry roundtables included representatives of 29 different financial services trade associations, including NRMLA, and a third roundtable included representatives of 25 community and consumer groups.

Participants at the roundtables offered diverse perspectives and valuable insights into the various issues the RFIs addressed, including supervision and enforcement, the consumer complaint database, and rulemaking.

Members can view all of NRMLA’s comments submitted to the BCFP by logging into the Comment Letters section of NRMLAonline.org.